Many have spoken about the importance of fostering an enduring love of learning and ongoing growth, and it will continue to grow in importance in the coming years. In this post, we talk about why that is, and what shapes lifelong learning can take.
In this podcast, Unite LA president David Rattray chats with Tom about workforce readiness, the need for continued lifelong learning and how schools must adapt to prepare young people for a new economy and a changing world.
By: David Blake. As a rising generation of learners progress within their careers, they increasingly look beyond formal education to develop, sharpen and learn new skills. But despite the fact that learning is happening in every way and everywhere, measuring it is not happening--and it should.
Are you a on-the-learning? So are we. Here are some podcasts and select episodes we thought you should tune in to.
By: Christina Yu. Lifelong learning organizations and initiatives, explores the trends today around educational aspiration, access, and affordability, and describes some of the societal benefits we can expect to see from lifelong learning in the future.
Learning relationship management is an emerging category that has the potential to solve critical problems--attrition, skills gap, and powering lifelong learning.
Parents with boomerang kids in the basement have learned that even college graduates should possess skills and dispositions that make them employable. Young people need access to postsecondary learning and work experiences that will help them develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions for employability.
Even though e-portfolios are a natural fit for higher ed, the idea and the tools are quickly trickling down to high school age and even younger because they are great for goal setting as well as recognizing and recording the competencies students need to work towards.